UnNews:Iran accused of ‘foreign meddling’ copyright infringement

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15 April 2011

Bashar al-Assad

Syrian President Bashar Assad waves to law-abiding citizens with Iranian support.

DAMASCUS, Syria -- The United States and NATO, who hold the copyright on ‘meddling’ in other countries, have accused Iran of copyright infringement for secretly helping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. U.S. officials say Tehran is providing gear to suppress anarchy and maintain law and order.

Communications intercepted by U.S. spy agencies show Tehran is actively exploring ways to aid some Shiite hardliners in Bahrain and Yemen and destabilize longstanding U.S. allied dictatorships there, say U.S. officials familiar with a few intelligent Arabs. Such moves violate US, UK, and EU copyrights on “foreign meddling” - which could inadvertently result in law-and-order breaking out across the Middle East, they warned.

“It is perfectly fine for the United States to directly and openly support law-breakers and rioters in Libya and other countries, but it is totally objectionable that Iran should do the same thing to help reestablish law and order in it’s neighboring countries.” said a spokesperson for the United Nations.

The teleprompter of President Obama told the media, “We, along with the leaders and future leaders of the New World Order, believe that Iran is materially and illegally assisting the Syrian government in its efforts to suppress rebellion and maintain law-and-order; and this is a step backwards.” It said. “We must reassert America’s copyright on ‘foreign meddling’ and ‘double standards.’ It’s our god-given right as the born good-guys.”

When a member of the media asked the teleprompter what was the Obama administration's definition of 'double standards' the device replied, “That's easy, we have a standard, and they have another standard that blatantly and illegally copies our standard."

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